We are gearing up for our 2018 Canadian School of Peacebuilding! Come and join us in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada this June for another year of relationship building and peacebuilding training. We offer 5-day intensive courses that are available for professional development, personal inspiration, or academic credit. CSOP is a learning community of diverse peacebuilders who come together to learn, network and engage in peacebuilding. It is a great opportunity for peacebuilders from all faiths, countries, and identity groups. Everyone is welcome!
We are putting together a panel for the Western History Association Conference, October 17-20, 2018 in San Antonio, Texas. The conference theme is "Reimagining Race and Ethnicity in the West." The panel theme would encompass the Southwest and its borderlands, dealing with public history, indigeneity, authenticity, commerce, and memory. The time period would stretch between the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Please contact with any interest by November 27th. You may send a brief abstract and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In her 2016 article on “Settler Colonialism and Enduring Indigeneity,” J. Kēhaulani Kauanui reflects on the rise of settler colonial studies in American Studies and the enduring need for the discipline to engage with Indigeneity.
Program for the Study and Practice of Indigenous Cultures and Languages
The Program for the Study and Practice of Indigenous Cultures and Languages is housed at the Institute for the Study of Societal Issues and the Joseph A.
Open Panel for the Fifth World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies (WOCMES-5)
Seville, Spain, 16-22 July 2018
Amazigh Cinema at Large: Challenges and Hopes
Firsting is the process through which an act, circumstance or phenomenon generated by man, or accomplishment is represented or acclaimed as having occurred for the first time. Firsting necessarily implies seconding and lasting as concomitant processes that help structure historical exchanges. Firsting involves complex issues that conflict our present, including those of race and ethnicity, gender and sexuality, religion and language, and place of origin.
The culture and its inherent connections in Deccan have always evoked respite and curiosity among scholars and commoners, ‘socio-cultural history of deccan: through the ages’, is an attempt to explore the historical connection through cultural, political and economic perspectives among the various sub-regions of Deccan in the Indian Sub-continent i.e. The Great Indian Deccan Trappe nurtured by river Godavari and river Krishna and Raichur Doab and where cultures civilizations’ were cradled on the banks of River Narmada, Godavari and Krishna.
University of California, Santa Barbara
Studies in cultures have shown that in both advanced and developing worlds, aspects of culture have continued to go steadily into disuse and endangered. This conference is organised to interrogate the paradigms associated with endangered cultures and identity as critical realities in the 21st century and to stimulate debates and ways to remedy the endangered aspects of the various Esan and Nigerian cultures trapped and endangered.